Potential Memory Leak When Using Android RecyclerView
Boy Wang

What a coincidence you guys know each other too !
About the memory leak, `mContext` sets off red flags for me. It’s best not to keep a reference to `mContext` if not strictly necessary (and if you do, make sure you are using the right context!).
In the sample code you could get the context from the `view` param.
In other cases (not here), where you don’t get access to a Context, you could also consider adding a static getter for your Application instance, it can sometimes serve as a Context e.g. for toast messages.

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